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Gentle Giant Dog Is The Biggest Rescue They’ve Ever Had…And He Needs A Loving Home!

Jagger is a three-year-old Great Dane Mix up for adoption at the RSPCA Millbrook Animal Center in Surrey, England.

Described as a “gentle giant” by shelter staff, this super-sized sweetheart was subject neglected in his previous home: he was so big, he was kept outside, resulting in pressure sores. When Jagger was found, he’d been abandoned, tied to a lamppost.

Posted by Millbrook Animal Centre (RSPCA), Chobham on Friday, February 5, 2016

 

This massive mutt would make a wonderful addition–to the right home! There are a few things that potential adopters should know.

Caring for Jagger will be expensive. This 80kg (176 pounds) pup eats two pounds of food a day! He’ll need to live in a BIG house with a BIG yard (and a BIG car would be recommended, too!). Though mild-mannered, this handsome boy is very strong. The RSPCA Millbrook shelter site says that it takes two members of staff just to walk him on a leash! And neat freaks, be warned: Jagger’s kisses come with some extra slobber.

 

Posted by Millbrook Animal Centre (RSPCA), Chobham on Friday, February 5, 2016

 

Understandably, the shelter would like to see the pup get adopted by a family who has experience with giant-breed dogs. Shelter staff say that the pony-sized pooch would be great with school-aged kids, and even another dog, as long as it’s a large female who’s been spayed. He is even well-behaved when left in a crate for a few hours.

If you’d like to find out more about Jagger, visit his adoption page on the RSPCA Millbrook Animal Centre website.

Share this story, and together we can help Jagger find his forever home!

Jagger
RSPCA Millbrook Website

To see more photos of Jagger, visit this article by the Mirror, and check out this video they posted of him:

(Featured images adapted from the RSPCA Millbrook website and Facebook page.)

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Written by Karen Tietjen
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